Monday, March 21, 2011

Chris Cillizza Fast Fix: Mitt Romney, Conservative?

Former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney has spent the last four years courting conservatives as he tries to prove that he is truly one of them in advance of the 2012 presidential race.

A recent Washington Post/ABC News poll suggested Romney’s efforts are paying dividends as his favorable numbers among self-identified conservatives — and even those who identify themselves as “very” conservative — are on the rise.



The full story is here.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hey Rev, this doesn't compute! Ha ha.

-Martha

Revolution 2010 said...

Republicans are beginning to realize that WINNING is the only way to move forward.

ConMan said...

Many who were undecided on Romney, are finally coming around. With his experience, He really is separated from the pack. NO ONE can match his credentials.

Dave said...

Republicans are aware of MassCare and it factors into their views on Mitt. But, for most, it's not a deal killer, and the more they learn about it, the less of a deal it becomes.

Mitt's campaign is all systems go. Right now we are in the countdown phase.